College and Career Readiness and Success

| May 7, 2019

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Early Warning Systems (EWS) can help schools and districts identify students at risk of dropout early enough to provide them with extra support toward graduation. Research has produced numerous evidence-based recommendations for dropout prevention on which practitioners can draw. REL Midwest aims to increase graduation rates and help build regional capacity to design and implement evidence-based policies and programs that support college access, college completion, and workforce success through the Dropout Prevention Research Alliance and CCRS Research Alliance.

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How the Remote Learning Pivot Could Shape Higher Ed IT

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